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Wm. N. Foxen of the Chicago Nationals. (Bill Foxen or William Aloysius Foxen (1879-1937). Color portrait of Bill Foxen. A cub is in the top left corner and 'Cubs' is in the top right. The team is the Chicago Cubs. Verso: William A. Foxen. Southpaw William A. Foxen, of the Chicago Nationals, started as a professional with New Bedford, of the New England League, in 1903. The next four years he spent with Hartford of the Connecticut League and Jersey City of the Eastern League. In 1908 he was secured by the Philadelphia Nationals, and in 1910 Manager Chance, who wished to strengthen his corps of lefthanders, made a good trade for the Cubs by taking him in exchange for Stack and Luderus. Manager Dooin considered him one of the best southpaws in the profession. Base Ball Series 400 Designs. Piedmont. The Cigarette of Quality. Factory No. 25, 2d Dist. VA.), 1911

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